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A new website helps compare electric cars against one another, doing the EV homework for you

Electric vehicles have seen sales triple over the past couple of years with 6718 vehicles sold across Australia in 2019 and experts forecasting a global sales growth from 2.5 million in 2020 to 11.2 million in 2025.

That’s great news for the lowering of carbon emissions.

As a result, automakers are investing heavily in electric-only models and Australia is set to see a rapid increase in the choices and availability of battery / electric vehicles.

The next smart step, then, would be to set up a digital platform to sell such vehicles, meaning the forsaking of physical showrooms. That’s where EV Mojo come in.

With several auto manufacturers including Tesla, Porsche, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and Audi already selling battery-electric models in Australia, news of a digital showroom makes sense.

“The range of new electric cars available in Australia is on the rise,” explains Daniel Calo, Founder of EV Mojo, “but a place [was lacking] where someone could go and see all available models, presented in an unbiased format.” .

The concept is simple: EV Mojo provides Australians with clear access to all the information they need about EVs, to help them decide on a model that best suits their needs.

“Initially this would have been as simple as going to either Nissan or Tesla’s website, however the competition is now heating up and we see an increasing offer of BEV’s (battery / electric vehicles) on the market. Some of these even out-perform Tesla in certain areas and this competition will benefit customers in the longer term.”

When EV rate an electric car, they only compare it with other electric cars, not their ICE variants. This way consumers have a clear view of how well each manufacturer is innovating their electric models only.

So have the homework done for you, and check out the EV Mojo site here.

Lisa Andrews

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